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    Miami, Florida
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    cars, trucks, fishing, camping, exploring, kayaking, shooting, racing

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  1. I replaced all the relays, fuses and checked all the grounds. the fuel pumped primed when I went to start it the first time, the started clicked and that was it. The jeep still isn't starting or cranking over. I think it might be the started as I tried to jump the started with no luck. Tomorrow will be checking the starter, I have 2 so hopefully one works
  2. Looks nice love the color. How do you like the wj swap, going to be doing it on my mj too
  3. I replaced all the relays, fuses and checked all the grounds. the fuel pumped primed when I went to start it the first time, the started clicked and that was it. The jeep still isn't starting or cranking over. I think it might be the started as I tried to jump the started with no luck. Tomorrow will be checking the starter, i have 2 so hopefully one works
  4. Welcome back to the fun show of figuring this out piece by piece. So recap to where we last left off: It was determined that the current ecu might be fried on the comanche when the fire happened. Update to where we are currently: I got a known good ecu from a running truck from a member here on the forums. I plugged it into my truck and we are back to square one. The started clicked and the jeep did nothing. I know the fuel pump gets power when I ground it, and when I tried to turn on the tail lights to check that, they didn't turn on either. Which leads me to believe it wasn't the ecu but fuses, relays and or wiring. This week I will be checking all the fuses and relays and the starter relay. I am open to suggestions and any help would be appreciated. Pics of the new parts
  5. Welcome back to the fun show of figuring this out piece by piece. So recap to where we last left off: It was determined that the current ecu might be fried on the comanche when the fire happened. Update to where we are currently: I got a known good ecu from a running truck from a member here on the forums. I plugged it into my truck and we are back to square one. The started clicked and the jeep did nothing. I know the fuel pump gets power when I ground it, and when I tried to turn on the tail lights to check that, they didn't turn on either. Which leads me to believe it wasn't the ecu but fuses, relays and or wiring. This week I will be checking all the fuses and relays and the starter relay. I am open to suggestions and any help would be appreciated.
  6. Another 4cly sweet. Nice to see you reviving the old MJ
  7. Nice progress, as far as a big v8 in little truck sounds like an awesome idea but would need some fab work and new coil springs up front to support the weight
  8. Swampy

    Taillight boxes?

    That seems like the right answer, just don't know hoe the jk taillights would look on the back of an mj
  9. Swampy

    Taillight boxes?

    Yeah when I first got my mj three years ago I was on the fence about the boxes and never got em. and here we are now lol
  10. Swampy

    1JTHS6414JT066178

    Awesome thanks for the info
  11. Swampy

    1JTHS6414JT066178

    Now 2.5l/4wd ax15/np231 HPd30/c8.25 axles Current pics
  12. Swampy

    1JTHS6414JT066178

    My 1988 Jeep Comanche. unknown build date Base model 2wd swb 2.5l ax4 (bad primer spray paint job) Actually was silver Blue interior with bench seat and mini console d35 rear end w/ 3.55 gears Factory AC (no longer working when I got it) The only weird thing about the mj was the tube rear bumper but I'm sure that was an aftermarket addition. here are some pics from when I got it
  13. My jeep will probably end up the same with some road driving as well. But looking forward to 2021 hopefully the mj's will be in action by then
  14. Swampy

    #12

    Lol now I feel like a fool
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